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Chapter 17. Death, Taxes, and Other Impo... > The Annual Tax Procrastinator's Ball - Pg. 183

Death, Taxes, and Other Important Stuff 2. 183 Unless finance is your profession, you shouldn't expect yourself to be able to muddle through the dizzying array of savings and investment options. You have to seek expert advice from a qualified professional. The organizations in the Finance section of Appendix B can refer you to the right person, as can some of the financial Web sites listed in Appendix C. You're Not Alone Gentlemen prefer bonds. --Andrew Mellon Insurance People put off getting, maintaining, and updating insurance coverage for many of the same reasons they procrastinate about financial planning. They think they're too young and healthy to need life or disability insurance. They think that damage to homes and property only happens to the natural disaster victims they see on television and won't happen to them. Talk about denial! There's no excuse in the book that can justify assuming nothing is going to happen to you, your family, or your possessions. Action Tactic